Statewide News

1 killed, 4 injured by possible tornado in southwest Arkansas

Strong storms claimed the life of one person Monday morning after a reported tornado touched down in the southwest Arkansas area.

TX teen sentenced for murder of mother and defiling her body

Gruesome details emerged in the trial of Kevin Davis, the 18-year old accused of killing his 50-year old mother back on March 27 at her apartment in the 4300 block of Kostoryz Road, which began Tuesday.

Wendy Davis ad uses wheelchair to criticize paralyzed foe Abbott

 Wendy Davis is attacking her partially paralyzed Republican opponent Greg Abbott in the Texas governor's race -- with an ad that features an empty wheelchair.

91-year-old raped in Texas retirement home

 Police in Houston are looking for a man they say raped and robbed a 91-year-old woman.

Texas A&M Joint Library project shelves filling ahead of schedule

As books are being cleared off shelves, they must find a new home and for many books in Texas that home is the Joint Library Facility thanks to a collaboration between the Texas A&M University system and the University of Texas system.

Atheist group demands changes at Texas school

 The organization that went after the Hawks for Christ group for its prayers at China Elementary and filed a complaint against the Kountze cheerleaders for Bible-based banners, is now accusing Hardin- Jefferson schools of more constitution

Ebola test result comes back negative on Dallas County deputy

 UPDATE: According to DSHS, testing of the specimen submitted by Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital was completed on Thursday with a negative result for Ebola.

Mommy & Baby Yoga: Dallas Hospital Offers Unique Fitness Class

Dallas, TX (KDAF) -- Oh, baby, this isn't your momma's Yoga class. Oh, Baby Fitness at Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas helps new mommies get their groove back, while using their 'baby weight' to their advantage. "We use them as strengthening

Texas Frisco Ebola Symptoms Claim

Emergency dispatchers in Frisco, Texas, received a call reporting a patient exhibiting signs and symptoms of Ebola Wednesday afternoon, a city official said.

Second possible Ebola patient reported in Dallas-area

 A patient has been admitted to the emergency room "after reporting possible exposure to the Ebola virus," Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas said in a statement Wednesday.